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Kaeser to exhibit at AWISA 2016

Kaeser Compressors Australia will be exhibiting at AWISA 2016 – the trade show for the cabinet, joinery, furniture, timber and panel industries – from 6 to 9 July at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

The all-in-one Kaeser Aircenter is just one of many compressed air solutions that visitors to stand number 909 will be able to see. Ideal for the woodworking industry, the complete and compact Aircenter from Kaeser incorporates a compressor, dryer and air receiver all within a single housing.

At the heart of each Aircenter lies a proven Kaeser rotary screw compressor featuring a premium quality screw compressor block with Kaeser Sigma Profile rotors that have been designed for maximum energy efficiency.
All Kaeser rotary screw compressor blocks are powered by premium efficiency IE3-rated drive motors (that comply with, and exceed, prevailing Australian GEMS regulations for 3 phase electric motors), for maximum performance and reliability.

The inclusion of a thermally shielded refrigeration dryer further ensures a dependable supply of dry and clean air.

Delivering more compressed air for less power consumption, the Aircenter from Kaeser is just one of the energy efficient compressed air solutions on show at AWISA 2016. Kaeser will also be running a live demonstration of its Air Demand Analysis (ADA) measuring device.

Depending on utilisation, electrical power can account for up to 90 percent of the total costs of compressed air production. It therefore pays to keep power consumption of compressors and peripheral equipment to an absolute minimum. Many existing compressed air systems hide an energy savings potential of 30 percent or more.

Meaningful and accurate data regarding a compressed air stations performance can be collected from a compressed air system with the intelligent computer-aided ADA from Kaeser.

Based on the resulting air consumption profiles, Kaeser can assist the compressed air user in determining the best system solution to efficiently meet their individual requirements, effectively keeping the associated costs to an absolute minimum.

This measurement and evaluation method complies with the requirements of ISO 11011 – a standard which establishes rules, methodologies and responsibilities to enable comparability between energy audits.

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